This Bowie autograph was recently obtained from Smith & Sons Collectibles. They claim the provenance was a David Bowie concert in Minneapolis, MN in 97, and provided their own COA.To me, it has…Continue
"I've just been on their website - the three Bowie's they have on their are all fake and there are a stack of very poor other fakes too - they are using a signed Pink Floyd Wall as one of their main images on the homepage - again very poor…"
" Eric really knows his Bowie stuff and I totally agree with everyone here, it's not a real Bowie at all.This example is not close (too many red flags to go into) but I hope you are able to get a full refund. "
"Thanks for the reply Eric! Admittedly, I speak on almost no authority - but I'm not put off by the numerals.
I found several "9"s on Andy's site at DavidBowieAutograph.com where he claims to show only authentic signatures.…"
"Ah yes apologies I see the apostrophe now. Maybe I'm being too strict calling it a poor forgery. It's at best very atypical though. There is an "O" but I've never seen 1 like that. The "B" is just so strange…"
"Thanks, and nice observations. One note is the "apostrophe" you're looking for is actually there -- it's just very subtle and hard to see against his black jacket.
Also that loop or "O" we're looking for I think is…"
This Bowie autograph was recently obtained from Smith & Sons Collectibles. They claim the provenance was a David Bowie concert in Minneapolis, MN in 97, and provided their own COA.To me, it has many of the signature characteristics of his autograph at the time, and I believe it to be authentic. Would love to hear other's opinions on this one.Thanks,ZachSee More